ETJ Expos

by David Paul
(Japan )

You are invited to . . .

The ETJ English language Teaching Expos

Sunday November 26
Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Nagoya

Sunday December 3rd (9:00-6:00)
Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka

Sunday December 10
St. Ursula Elementary and Junior High School, Sendai

Saturday/Sunday February 10/11
Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo

Sunday February 18
Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya

THE events for English language teachers (and future teachers)
• Presentations by famous authors, local teachers . . . on a wide range of
topics for English teachers in all kinds of situations.

• Displays of teaching materials by international publishers and individual teachers.

Information such as the presentation schedule, a map with directions . . . will gradually be added at


The Expos are for ALL teachers
There are presentations and displays of materials for college teachers, high school teachers, elementary school teachers, kindergarten teachers... In fact, the aim is to provide top-class presentations and material displays for every kind of teacher.

You can attend all day or for part of the day
There are independent presentations arranged in time slots throughout the day. This means you can drop into the Expo for part of the day if you are busy.

Would you like to give a presentation?
Information is at

Would you like to display your teaching materials?
Just reply to this email and ask for information

Fee for attending the Expo
ETJ members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1,000 yen

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